This enamelling is generally found upon brooches both of the circular and of the bow-shaped type.
The articles are then dried and heated in an enamelling furnace.
Ramrez de Arellano declares that no enamelling at all was done in Spain before the invasion of the Almohades.
Subsidiary industries, such as enamelling, are also important.
Nor is all the enamel work English; two Dutchmen were secretly employed at Burslem to do this enamelling in colour.
The enamelling of thermometers is an invention of Messrs. Negretti and Zambra.
Much time was employed by him in the painting and enamelling of the decorated tiles which compose this pavement.
This process of enamelling was hardly called for in the interests of art.
enamelling (see Enamel) has of late years largely taken the place of “paste” or false stones.
It also goes to prove that enamelling was not practised at this day in Greece.
early 15c., from enamel (v.).
enamel e·nam·el (ĭ-nām'əl)
The hard, calcareous substance covering the exposed portion of a tooth.